Every advance in security technology reinforces a favorite industry cliché: It’s easier to hack people than servers. Clever code exploits may earn hackers bragging rights, but it’s a lot simpler to trick one user into clicking a bogus link and letting them in the front door.
That’s why social engineering continues to be the leading vector for cybersecurity incidents. Industry sources estimate that 80% of security breaches stem from phishing attacks and that 94% of malware arrives via e-mail.
Use this poster to remind your team that if an email seems too good to be true or it requires you to enter sensitive information, it's likely a scam.